IHCL Signs Two Taj Hotels In Bhutan
45 Keys Taj Resort and 34 Keys Taj Resort are located in Paro and Phobjikha respectively
Indian Hotels Company (IHCL) unveiled the signing of two new Taj-branded hotels in Phobjikha and Paro, in Bhutan. These are Brownfield projects.
Commenting on the signing, Puneet Chhatwal, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, IHCL said, “These signings demonstrate IHCL’s commitment to the region and our focus on expanding our footprint in key leisure destinations. We are delighted to bring two Taj-branded hotels to the Kingdom of Bhutan with its stunning natural landscapes and rich cultural heritage. This also furthers our longstanding partnership with the CG Group.”
The 45 Keys Taj resort in Paro is spread over 7.6 acres surrounded by forests with a stream running along the property. The retreat will offer an all-day diner, speciality restaurant and bar, complemented by recreational amenities including an indoor swimming pool, gym, spa and meeting facilities.
Nestled in the Phobjikha Valley, 34 Keys Taj resort spread over 3.5 acres will feature an all-day-diner, alfresco speciality restaurant and bar along with spa and fitness facilities
Dr. Binod Chaudhary, Chairman, CG Corp Global and CG Hospitality Global said, “Taking forward our partnership with IHCL spanning 25 years and 12 assets across 6 countries, the two Bhutan hotels built with sustainability at the core, will showcase the unique blend of traditional Bhutanese charm and Taj's unmatched hospitality, offering travellers an unforgettable stay in the Himalayan kingdom.”
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